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1. I Can Dream, Can't I? 3:04
2. Rain 2:55
3. Don't Ever Leave Me 2:51
4. It's Love 2:36 
5. And You'll Be Home 3:08 
6. My Tears Won't Dry 3:09 
7. My Man (Mon Homme) 3:04 
8. Too Late Now 3:06 
9. Too Young 3:00 
10. Dark Is The Night 3:06 
11. Wonder Why 3:16 
12. Invitation To A Broken Heart 3:25 
13. If You Turn Me Down 2:27 
14. Once 2:52 
15. (Ah, The Apple Trees) When The World Was Young 3:24 
16. There's Always My Heart 3:00 
17. Kiss Of Fire 2:26 
18. I'm Yours 2:24 
19. Blow Out The Candle - Toni Arden & Jan Arden 2:17 
20.Where Did The Night Go? - Toni Arden & Jan Arden 2:56 
21. Tell Your Tale, Nightingale 2:47 
22. Kiss 2:36 
23. F'r Instance 2:16 
24. I'm Praying To Saint Christopher 2:55 
25. Three Coins In A Fountain 2:58 
26. Where The Rolling Mountains Meet The Rolling Sea 2:48 
27. In Paris And In Love 3:00 

27. Chicago Style 2:35
28. The Moon Is On Fire 2:43

Title: This is Toni Arden
Artist: Toni Arden
Catalogue No: SEPIA 1050
Barcode: 5055122110507
Release Date: 6 June 2005

Toni Arden started her career in the 1940s singing with name bands of the time - Al Trace, Joe Reichman and Ray Bloch, before becoming a solo act. Signed to major record label in 1949, Toni's output for the first 5 years was approximately 20 singles. It is from this wealth of recordings that we have chosen 27 tracks to showcase her vocal talent, and to serve as a tribute to a great but under-rated singer.

Although some of her recordings were issued in Britain in the 1950s, as far as we know, Toni Arden did not perform here during that period. This was possibly due to the fact that she was a busy night-club act across the USA appearing in such venues as New York's "La Vie En Rose" and "Copacabana". She was also a regular guest on many popular television programmes like "The Ed Sullivan Show", "The Dinah Shore Show", and "The Bing Crosby Show". During this time she was seen in a small number of movies.

Like many of the post-war songbirds Toni was a versatile performer. In her Top Ten hit "I Can Dream, Can't I?" she is touchingly subdued but her vocal power is revealed in "Kiss of Fire", a Top Twenty song for her . In "My Man" and "Tell Your Tale, Nightingale" there is plenty of drama from the American-Italian songstress.

If you've never heard Toni sing before, we think you'll be pleasantly surprised by the 26 re-mastered tracks on this CD.

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